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Jabari Smith
Ht/Wt: 6'10" / 220 lbs
Position: PF/C
Team: Auburn
Class: Freshman

2022 Draft Profile - Jabari Smith

Cody Taylor - USA Today - Apr. 9th: "He has impressed as a player who can create for himself and shoot from all over the court. He has also shown he can push the break on his own and projects to fit perfectly at the next level."

Ricky O'Donnell - SB Nation - Apr. 5th: "One of the best 610+ three-point shooters to ever enter the NBA, Smith also shows impressive ability to defend on the perimeter. The question will be what he can do inside the arc"

Kyle Boone - CBS Sports - Mar. 16th: "His development over the season as a shooter and shot-creator should offer some real encouragement for teams betting on his upside."

Jonathan Givony - ESPN - Mar. 21st: "Still, only two players over 6-6 have ever been drafted in the lottery after shooting under 45% from 2-point range (Cam Reddish and Ziaire Williams), and Smith's lack of explosiveness, extreme reliance on difficult jumpers and inability to create easy shots for himself or others inside the arc reared its head several times in this game, as it has all season."

Bryan Kalbrosky - USA Today - Feb. 16th: "Beyond his defensive prowess both on the perimeter and the interior, considering his size and age, Smith already has a unique ability to put the ball on the floor and shoot well off the bounce."

Kyle Irving - Sporting News - Feb. 11th: "His length and quickness will allow him to defend multiple positions comfortably at the NBA level, making him an easy fit with whichever franchise is lucky enough to land him."

Ricky O'Donnell - SB Nation - Jan. 19th: "The Auburn freshman is an absolute sniper from behind the three-point line with a high release, effortless range, and the numbers to back it up: hes currently hitting 44 percent of his threes (on 86 attempts), 79 percent of his free throws, and ranks in the 93rd percentile of spot-up opportunities."

Cody Taylor - The Rookie Wire - USA Today - Jan. 19th: "He has impressed as a player who can create for himself and shoot from all over the court. He has also shown he can push the break on his own, something that has been a sight to behold this season for the Tigers."

NBA Draft Room - Jan. 15th: "Jabari is becoming a clear favorite for the no.1 pick. Others are still in the mix but the gap is growing."

Jeremy Woo - SI - Jan. 13th: "Smith has shown flashes of dominance while playing a simple game, and when you consider how much he has left to add in the way of ball skills and footwork, it becomes hard to fathom what type of ceiling he might have."

Sam Vecenie - The Athletic - Jan. 6th: "At 6-foot-10, he can grab and go on the break and create havoc with his ability to get his own shot. He can pull up from midrange or from 3."

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